|Event||Aero Engineering 2017|
|Press Release Date||22.09.2016|
The Institution of Mechanical Engineers will be holding two one-day seminars; Aviation Aerodynamics 2016 and Brakes 2016, alongside the Advanced Engineering Show this November. Both seminars will be held inside the NEC right next to the exhibition providing a fantastic opportunity for extensive learning and networking opportunities over the two-day event.
02 November – Aviation Aerodynamics 2016: Engineering innovations for greater efficiency
Aviation Aerodynamics 2016 is the only engineering-focused event on the latest developments in both internal and external aerodynamics to reduce fuel usage and increase flight efficiency.
Ahead of Aviation Aerodynamics 2016, we spoke to one of our speakers, James Barth, Lead Aerodynamicist at Reaction Engines and in particular what he felt the next biggest developments in aviation aerodynamics will be:
“I’m excited about the prospect of there being a renaissance in supersonic flight. Start-ups and established companies alike are actively developing a range of supersonic business and commercial passenger jets. Agencies and primes are actively collaborating to mitigate aerodynamic problems like sonic boom, which would otherwise limit our ability to use supersonic vehicles on over-land commercial routes.
We at REL have developed the technology not only to push the operational speed of conventional aviation engines well beyond Mach 2, but also to develop engines that could make hypersonic aviation a possibility. The world of tomorrow could be a much smaller place than it is today!”
03 November – Brakes 2016: Enhancing Brake Performance and The Integration of New Technologies
Brakes 2016 is the only UK event to learn from leading vehicle OEMs and senior level experts about key engineering solutions for the integration of new technologies. Attendees will come away with the latest developments and research in brake particle emissions, modelling for brake noise propensity prediction and current and future challenges with noise, vibration and harshness (NVH).
Here’s 5 reasons to make sure you attend Brakes 2016
- Join McLaren Automotive, Honda and Bentley to discuss the increased use of complex braking systems and strategy
- Learn how Jaguar Land Rover deliver the required “pedal feel” for their customers and the impact of HEVs, BEVs and the technology they use
- Bentley demonstrate advanced modelling for brake noise propensity prediction, the new challenges on the automotive industry and their impacts on NVH development
- Hear how Volvo Trucks are integrating Autonomous Emergency Braking Systems (AEBS) and their safety and driveability benefits for greater vehicle control
- Understand the current and future challenges of brake noise, vibration and harshness with University of Bradford
Can you afford not to attend Brakes 2016?
Delegates can purchase either a 1-day pass, or 2-day pass if they wish to attend both seminars. Delegate passes start from £349+VAT.
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